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stolen out of vallejo. the driver was the only one in the car. >>> friends and family of a santa rosa teenager who was shot and killed by a sheriffs deputy gathered to thank the community for their support. 13-year-old andy lopez was shot on the 22nd holding an air rifle that looked like an ax48 assault rifle. we have the late forest santa rosa. >> reporter: as candles were arranged and a cross was adjusted for the growing memorial for 13-year-old andy lopez, it was not lost on a few people here that this day marks the day of the dead. >> every 1st and 2nd of november you come and celebrate the dead, or the loved ones of that passed away. >> andy lopez' parents were here a few hours. they left just before sunset. they did not want to speak on camera, but they said they will have an announcement on monday. they will join their team of attorneys to announce a federal lawsuit against the sonoma county sheriff's department. organizers say they had no connection of connecting the 13-year-old death to the day, they just wanted to support the lopez family. >> everyone wants to be here rememb
, an attorney for the family of a boy killed by sheriff's department in santa rosa will file a civil rights lawsuit. the suit, which is expected to be filed in san francisco's federal district court, will argue that the shooting was without reasonable cause and in violation of the 4th amendment and 13-year-old andy lopez cruz was shot seven teens after neigh mistook the fake ak-47 for a real assault rifle. >>> a pleasanton man nearly beaten to death is recovering. he woke up from his medically- induced coma. he was attacked by a group of teens in september when he went outside and told them to be quiet. his is no longer life- threatening but he's not able to speak. the investigation is on hold until police can question him. >>> and some b.a.r.t. workers will start off their week tomorrow with a brand-new contract and that is a fresh start after months of bitter negotiations, birthing, and strikes that got trying for the writing public. 88% of the seiu's members, they're usually the janitors and such, approved the new contract on friday. 88% of atu, including staging agents and drivers, vote
rosa, 18napa, 14 concord and into the evening i will step back and show you about midnight the winds are howling, concord, livermore, san jose with 24 miles an hour. half moon bay with 27. the winds will be increasing and by tonight we are looking at pretty breezy conditions for most of us with that wind advisory for the hills. at this hour 41 fairfield. 38 santa rosa, 48 oakland. 44 redwood. this morning starting out a lot like yesterday. by the afternoon the temperatures start to drop with the system bringing the wind, into the east bay 66 in oakland. 67 castro valley. 72 livermore. 69 san jose. 72 for morgan hill. along the peninsula -- low 60s at coast. no clouds, even half moon bay with patchy fog. the extended forecast, temperatures falling off today. continuing the downward trend sunday, monday, into tuesday we get a slight rebound there, temperatures by wednesday. upper 60o's for areas around the bay. low 70s inland. >> today some residents will be learning how to get rid of the yellow fever mosquito. the four hour event kicks off at 9:30 on the fire station. so far no illne
yet but that will be changing. as far as the current wind speeds. santa rosa winds 17 miles an hour. in fairfield 9 miles an hour and more reports coming up. that will be the overall wind direction over the next two days. as i mentioned the wind speeds will be increasing. coming up the timing of a wind advisory, we could have gusts to 45 miles an hour and break down the temperature drop for the second half of the weekend. >>> happening now the first gamblers are trying their luck at california latest taste after vegas a new casino in san ohma county. it is set to open tuesday -- sonoma county. >> the party for invited guests. >> people are still coming in to this huge casino. biggest in northern california, look the parking garage has six how to spots. no question, since they built it players will come, the question, how many. >> guests flowed into the new casino tonight. >> this car from san rafael, 25 minutes away. i think i'm coming for the opening, see how lucky i am tonight. this was a soft opening for members of the tribe, their families and invited guests. >> my instructions
with clear skies. some of us not as chilly as yesterday either. look at the wind in santa rosa. >> 15 in novato. and not too bad. definitely a breeze there. and there is the santa rosa airport and because of the win, santa rosa 10 degrees warmer this morning. novato, anywhere from eight to 10 degrees warmer this morning. >> the light jacket that mike mentioned, you have to consider the breeze and the windchill factor. >> 38 degrees and big difference here. where they are blowing stronger. and not so much. >> we have 38 degrees. and 52 in half moon bay and 50 in redwood city. this is a chilly 38 degrees outside your door. these are the clouds. i they will be able to migrate over the area. and we will continue with the cool temperatures. >> breezy for some. and mix of high and midlevel clouds. this is the afternoon. starting here by 11:00 noontime. they are moving over the bay area. and down into san jose. then we will be in between. white sky at times. sun sets at 5:10 this afternoon. and we will be with mostly cloudy conditions. with the white sky you may not notice. the cloud will be
in livermore. santa rosa at 44. we have the lack of a wind. san fransisco currently at 53 degrees. today's high cooler than yesterday. 64 in san jose which is down from the average high of 71 degrees. tumbling out of the 70s, 68 degrees for the warmest locations of our inland areas. 42 in napa tonight, mid-40s back in through los altos. you kick start a brand new first week, first full week of november, scattered clouds overnight, cool start for monday. you'll need the light jacket. sunshine, tad warmer. numbers will go up and back down. the clouds we saw that caused the halo effect around the sun, right there, that batch right there, those are the clouds at the tail end of an area low pressure that breezed through the area yesterday kicking up our winds. those winds did subside sews that wind advisory allowed to expire. the clouds and the area of low pressure drifted in over the bay area. it is tumbling out of the gulf of alaska and there is a slight chance of rain showers locally. most of the rain will be here to the north. and we had just have the cloud cover. for your monday, 61 degrees in
on some bay area headlines. >>> a major crowd is expected to march through downtown santa rosa to protest the fatal shooting of a 13-year-old by snow sonoma sheriff's deputy last week. >>> scott wiener wants you to pay almost a quarter more for a soda, a new tax on every can or bottle of soft drink sold in san francisco. >>> and protestors plan to rally against another one proposal. this time, the supervisor want san francisco parks to close between midnight and 5:00 a.m. that's your news. we got your traffic and weather for tuesday coming right up. >>> good morning. we have a couple of problemming on 680. these accidents have now cleared. unfortunately bust remain including southbound 680 by crow canyon and stacked into danville and continuing further south, your ride slows. a multicar crash is now out of lane in andrade road. the bay bridge toll plaza backed to the maze, 20 minutes to get you onto the bridge. that's traffic. >>> a lot of cloud will start to break up throughout the day. temperatures are going to stay on the cool side. most
pallbearers and church leaders in white robes at resurrection parish church in santa rosa brought the 13-year-old body's inside while a silent crowd watched. hundreds of people from all over the bay area are here. many came from an earlier protest demanding justice for protest. angry a sonoma county sheriffs deputy shot the teen because he had a toy rifle. people who know the lopez family says it's a relief to see so much support. >> this is very powerful. this is something beyond what i thought was going to happen. what i thought to be just as a
the winds are dying down. 39, get out that extra blanket, in santa rosa. 48 in emeryville. back in through there. here is the dry front as it passed through the bay area. i know you saw the clouds, right? it was dry. no precipitation associated with it. behind it, winds, then they died down considerably. a ridge of high pressure that allowed the clouds work its way into the forecast. the low scoots out. the next one, upstream. it will arrive on thursday. all rain chances will remain north of the bay area. primarily around the mendoceno area. 60 in the greater lake tahoe area. 68 degrees in monterey bay. for tomorrow, your pinpoint forecast. low 60s, a string of 60s through the sunset district and avenues. 66 degrees. seasonal. and check out your -- in the low 70s. it is an autumn day. we cloud up on thursday and return partly cloudo friday, sunday, as the temperatures dip back down. look at saturday. yes. >> a cool autumn day. >> all right, football weather. >> all right, soccer game. >> thank you very much. >>> the big questions for the operators of the chicago o'hare airport how did an a
. the temperature right now is just 42 degrees. concord is just 40 at this hour. santa rosa at 48 degrees. raiders will be playing today out at the colosseum. 66 degrees gametime temp. plenty of sunshine. today the temperature is about 60 degrees. clear skies. as is much of the rest of the bay area, low pressure moving in over the pacific northwest, the puget sound, a few high clouds on the way later in the day. aside from that, the general feel will be a little breezy, especially in the north bay. strong winds up around nampa right now. gusty to 25 miles per hour. for the north, a little windier. cool today and breezy. mild and sunny start to the week and then cloudy and cooler by thursday. here's how it looks for us today. san jose will mostly be everybody in the 60s. santa clara 67, and he acts up to 67 as well. a little bit below average at 69 degrees. a little bit of a chill in the city. oakland 67. sausalito, 65. we taken the chance of rain out of the latter half of the week. we continue with his unusually dry cell. mostly sunny but a little cooler as we get toward the end of the week. a few
in santa rosa. less than that in novato. rest of us partly cloudy right now temperatures running in the 30s in our inland value lease, most of us in the 40s to 50 in oakland and san francisco. accuweather seven-day forecast, warmer today through friday. have a good day. ♪ ♪ this is an s.o.s. >>> the jonas brothers right there, "s.o.s." and so many fans sending out an s.o.s. right now, after the bombshell announcement they're breaking up. did not stop the fans from lining up very early this morning at "gma." all three brothers are going to join us live for their only live interview. there they are right there. abc news exclusive. >> a lot of people were disarmed. as a fan, always will be brothers. we'll look forward to talking to them. >>> a young woman kidnapped by her ex-boyfriend, taken on a high-speed car chase. the chilling 911 call made in the middle of her abduction. she is safe now and speaking out this morning. >> glad to hear that. >>> and so many people cannot get enough of the hit show "the walking dead." it was just renewed for a brand-new season. why are so many crazy about
shooting of a 13-year-old boy in santa rosa last month. sheriff deputy shot and killed 8 8th grader anthony lopez after mistaking the toy ak47 for a real rifle. the santa rosa man said the same deputy pulled a gun on him twice during a traffic highway stop. two months earlier, the man said the incident had him questioning the deputies emotional stability. the attorney declined to comment on the new allegation. lopez's family will file a lawsuit in federal court today against sonoma county citing excessive force. >>> the coast guard has released a statement about the mysterious barge on san francisco bay near treasure island that has been linked to google. a statement says coast guard personnel have been on board for routine inspections and to make sure compliance with applicable safety, security and environmental protection regulations. the coast guard did not say if the barge belonged to google. >>> it is 7:11. making sure b.a.r.t. trains keep running, what's happening today to confirm that will happen for at least four more years. >>> plus, who released disturbing videos of mentally ill p
of the coldest spot. we are ed freezing in santa rosa. we are seeing a party is for cent--you can expel weather for the afternoon and i will break down your highs coming up. >> major league baseball may be able to help the oakland a's moved out of san francisco. is it a possibility? that is according to major league. they are considering allowing the stadium to be shared if the oakland a's do not do something soon about their lease in oakland. kron4 terisa estacio is live at&t park. >> they have played here before and you are looking at the video from their game this past may but now the major leagues are looking at having them share the ballpark. right now, the a's at lease expires. the negotiations have bogged down between them and the coliseum. mlb stated that they have an interest in way men and that they have a say where the games will play. this happened before with the angels and the dodgers shared and the mets and yankees. but what are the chances of the a's and giants coexisting here? i am sure that " bring some interesting bets in vegas. >> where would just have to see bar right now w
through santa rosa today hours before the 13-year-old who was killed by a sheriff's deputy is laid to rest. according to a facebook post on the justice for andy lopez page, two groups of marchers will gather around noon. one at the old court house square and the other at santa rosa junior college. both will march to the sheriff's deputy. a deputy shot lopez because the deputy thought boy pointed an ak-47 at him. the weapon turned out to be a replica gun. let's turn things over to meteorologist christina loren with a look at your tuesday forecast. a chilly start. >> it is. good morning to you. a live look at san francisco. symptom clouds overhead. now we have flight delays so keep that in mind if you are trying to catch a flight. san jose is looking pretty good. mostly cloudy conditions down here as well. but we should be clearing out at about lunch time. tracking a few showers, this is gilroy, highs cool, make sure you're ready for that. 67 in livermore, 60 in san francisco, seven-day outlook shows a warm up closer to halloween. >> things are slow in the santa clara valley. 101 through san
'm meteorologist, christina loren. make sure you are ready for that. 36, santa rosa. 37, napa. you can see mostly clear start to the day in san francisco. we are looking good there. otherwise, we are going to see a nice, sunny finish to the day. 71 in livermore. 68 in san jose. 70 in gilroy. the warmup continues as we head through the week. ship ran aground in 2012. >> people find out something that i tried to hide for two years from my life because this is my private life and i have a baby, and this is necessary for me to hide. >> reporter: on the night the "concordia" sank, she had been invited on to the bridge. now, dominique morton has finally conceded, reluctantly giving evidence in court that she was the captain's lover. >> the judge forced me to say something that is so private, and i hope that will help him or the process to go on. >> reporter: on trial, captain francesco schettino, who is 53 and is married, strongly denies the relationship, despite this photograph of them together enjoying oysters. speaking a year ago to nbc news, the captain said he was not with dominiqua on the bridge
the door -- 39 degrees in santa rosa, low 50s in oakland and vallejo, cool again tomorrow with a warmup by the end of the work week. ♪ >>> it is 8:00 a.m. in the west. welcome back to "cbs this morning." the government's health insurance website goes down again, and more americans who are insured say they're dealing with changes they never expected. a stunning find made inside an italian castle, a mural by leonardo da vinci hidden for more than 500 years. and sex therapist dr. ruth westheimer had to give up everything as a child. she gives advice to that 10-year-old this morning in a note to self, a remarkable story of her life. but first here's a look at today's "eye opener" at 8:00. >>> european nations are disgusted as the scope and scale of these u.s. surveillance tactics. >> the nsa told me the president was never briefed in 2010 on intercepts so they're pretty clear on that. >> so the united states is spying on 35 world leaders and the president of the united states doesn't know anything about it? >>> a man hired to turn around the website says it's fixable but it will take week
of the door. santa rosa just a degree above freezing right now. the very cold north of the golden gate bridge temperatures milder along the golden gate bridge. satellite and radar shows the clear skies. we don't have any areas ofht now. really don't have an active weather. temperatures will soar over the next couple of days before today futurecast predicts temperatures cooler the where we should be for this time of the air assault expect 60s for most of the bay area by lunch time '70s will start to feel when as we advance into your afternoon highs. it will be a little warmer along the delta for those of you in the north bay where we're actually expecting '70s and by later on tonight of a clear condition stick around temperatures will drop down to the upper 50s low 60s. specifically less take a look at the afternoon highs for you today. mountain view 56. could squeeze out potentially low seventies for fairfield and danville. pleasanton with high of 70. mainly sunny skies downtown san francisco at 68. a degree warmer through the bottle. we have this time of your temperatures are necessarily war
not to allow native supply to -- nato supply to enter the province until the drone attacks are stopped. >> rosa lined joins us. what are pakistani leaders accusing the government of. >> there's two things the pakistani government is accusing the u.s. of doing. one is violating authority, launching an attack on pakistan soil without islamabad's permission. the other thing they are accused of doing is scuttling - that's the pakistani's word, an effort to broker peace talks with the taliban. the pakistanis argue with the death of hakimullah mehsud basically everything that islamabad wanted to try to achieve has been put back to square one. it says as a result the pakistani citizens will be at a higher risk, suffering from taliban attacks within their borders. >> hasn't the pakistani government been cooperating with the u.s. and the c.i.a. drone program all alone. >> it's widely assumed that the pakistani government has been cooperating first with the bush administration and now the obama administration on the drone strike program. it's been the obama administration that has increased the frequency
as congress continues to push and pull on the strings of the farm bill that funds food stamps. rosa florez joins me now. what is driving the cuts this time? >> it's always something. remember the 2009 american recovery and reinvestment act? well, it included a boost in food stamp benefits and the money has run dry. when we talk cuts in food stamps, republicans are normally blamed. this time, the finger is pointed at the white house. it sounded like a great idea when it was launched. a program aimed in part at making school lunches healthier. >> we are determined to finally take on one of the most serious threats to their future. that's the epidemic of childhood obesity. >> reporter: to fund the war on obesity, the white house borrowed money from the war on hunger. >> some of the funding comes from rolling back a temporary increase in food stamp benefits or snap as it's called starting in the fall of 2013. >> reporter: that's now, when the snap program runs out of money from the 2009 american recovery and reinvestment act. >> after the cuts, the average benefit per person per meal is $1.40.
about but perhaps his reading of "green eggs and ham" could come up. that's your weekly five. >> rosa flores, thank you so much. >>> police are looking for four suspects. they say gunfire occurred saturday night in a grassy area on campus and the victim was a considerable distance away. campus was locked down for about 30 minutes. police arrested the parents after 10-year-old girl whose body was found burned in a trash can. the girl's dad called 911 yesterday saying he was suicidal. he also told the dispatcher his daughter drunk some sort of chemical and died. the dad pointed officers it a trash can where they found a badly burned body. the girl's father and step mother have now been charged with murder. >>> a man faces charges for accidentally setting his wife on fire at a gas station. the surveillance camera reported the whole thing as the couple was standing next to the truck. look at that. while pumping gas, the husband started a cigarette lighter that caused vapor fire. his wife received third degree burns. her husband faces reckless conduct charge. >> hello, everyone. i'm don le
alike will be there. bidding begins. a lucky reporter from our santa rosa station got a preview. >> this was used in a library, one of her libraries in her home. >> reporter: auction house owner frank kaminski walked me through the show rooms after oprah pointed out some of her favorite things. >> these items came from her chicago studios. so these were -- there's a lot of interest in these particular chairs. they are italian. she stored her sweaters in here and personal items and this is something from her indiana home, estimated to bring 300 to 500 and it is up to $850. >> reporter: over 60,000 people from the united states, 5,000 from canada and even the philippines and india are getting in on the on-line bidding. 600 items are up for items, some with a starting bid of $150. >> gives you a peek inside to her personality and what she likes. >> i love her art work that she has so far.work that she has so far. i think that's the best part to me. >> oprah's art work is getting a lot of attention. pieces going for 1,000 or more. this doll, 5,000 to 8,000. an original from the late
dubbed the episode "shop and frisk." of people marched in santa rosa, california on tuesday to protest the fatal police shooting of a 13-year-old boy. andy lopez was shot dead after police mistook the pellet gun he was caring for an assault rifle. police say the replica was missing the plastic orange piece usually placed on toy guns. in commemorations were held tuesday to mark the first anniversary of superstorm sandy which flooded the east coast and left 150 nine people dead. people lined up along the new jersey coastline holding flashlights to light up the sky. on staten island, hundreds of people gathered at a beachside park to mark the time the storm made landfall. city isoomberg said the being rebuilt to better handle future storms. >> if another storm ever approaches our shores, it will be a far different city than from the one saint he left behind. a city much more able to withstand the kind of surging seawater's and punishing winds that sandy brought. we are building new york city stronger and smarter so we will be resilient to a broad range of extreme weather events in the fut
gathering today to remember a santa rosa teenager shot and killed by sonoma county sheriff deputy. the event for andy lopez will meanwhile, an attorney for andy's family says a civil rights lawsuit will be filed on monday in san francisco. andy was shot october 22nd while holding a toy gun that looked like an ak47 assault rifle. >>> happening too, officials will be warning menlo park residents about mosquitoes that spread yellow fever. no illnesses associated with the mosquito have been reported in california, but the insect has been spotted in menlo pack. vector control officials and volunteers will be handing out information about ways to prevent the spread of the mosquito and that begins at 9:30. voters can swing by city hall to drop off their vote by mail ballots. there will be curbside stations and this weekend they will be open from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. they will also be open from 8:00 to 5:00 on monday and 7:00 to 8:00 on tuesday. that's of course election day. now let's check your forcast with lisa argen. >> katie the marine layer is compressed at 500 to 700 feet and you can see i
this morning, a cool start but you might think 48 seems chilly in santa rosa. but actually we're running a little warmer thanks to the fact we've got some north winds across the north bay valleys this morning. that is leading to some temperature changes of about ten degrees warm they are morning, but that's going to start to go away as we see temperatures cooling off thanks to clouds spilling in this afternoon and cooler, drier air settling in over the next couple mornings. we could have some patchy frost in the north bay tomorrow morning. today highs low to mid-60s, increasing clouds, breezy at times. less wind into tomorrow morning, so we'll see 30s and 40s next couple mornings. afternoons will be trending a bit warmer and then next weekend a chance of seeing some showers. >>> walnut creek police are investigating two burglaries and an armed robbery that all happened in just 24 hours at a mall that's usually pretty quiet. we're talking about the palo ver decimal with lunardi's market is. it took just a matter of moments for a burglar to smash a glass door and bust into a thai restauran
in the north bay. 39 in santa rosa. 40 in gilroy. the marine layer offshore. we're starting out clear. by lunch time close to 70 degrees. you'll be at 67 at noon in fremont, 68 here in san jose. rounding out the day at about 76. 81 in livermore. 80 in fairfield and 77 degrees on the way to concord. san francisco meanwhile, hit about 73 degrees throughout the day. tomorrow we have changes. tomorrow&háhp &hc&hanges. will get windy into early sunday. good morning to mike inouye. >> the forecast looks wonderful. look, it's lighting up the cars, north 880 and south, jammed approaching 23rd in downtown oakland. we have a crash both directions have crashes in fact. blocking lanes in each direction. that's all the slow drive. 580 okay. fort 680 jams up because of the investigation. that will continue till past 8:00 a.m. we don't know when it will reopen. >>> it's 8:00 in the morning on today. me and my fellow "last vegas" co-stars are teaming up to help host the next hour. here's what we have lined up. >> driving across country in 29 hours. how they pulled it off. >> they will not be ignored. why most
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ca.com or call 800-675-2607. >> good morning. still pretty cool up north. 39 in santa rosa. everybody ecological in the 40s. oakland 52. san francisco 53. san carlos 50. beautiful picture of the marine headlands. seeing shadows from the early morning sun. check out the temperatures this >>> what could be better than watching "gma" in the morning this november? how about us giving you a brand-new car? get ready, america, for the greatest giveaway in "gma" history. and it sounds a little like this -- we're giving away three cars in three days. all you have to do for a chance to win is watch "gma" and enter. and we could be pulling up to your home in a brand-new mazda. there will be three winners, we promise. why don't you watch "good morning america's" great car giveaway, brought to you by mazda. >> we bid you a good morning. friday morning, to be specific, america. and, yes. as we deejay friday our way in. thank you, d.j. prostyle." take a look. there he is. and those are the cars parked outside our studio. we just saw that video. november, a huge month here for the program because we are launchi
, and believe it or not, they also are seeing a lot of educated college educated people. carol? >> rosa flores reporting live for us this morning. >>> still to come in "cnn newsroom," remember this, the last u.s. bat troops to leave iraq? today there are new calls from iraq for a return to the u.s. military. they need help. we'll tell you more, next. the secret is out. hydration is in. [ female announcer ] only aveeno daily moisturizing lotion has an active naturals oat formula that creates a moisture reserve so skin can replenish itself. aveeno® naturally beautiful results. aveeno® help the gulf when we made recover and learn the gulf, bp from what happened so we could be a better, safer energy company. i can tell you - safety is at the heart of everything we do. we've added cutting-edge technology, like a new deepwater well cap and a state-of-the-art monitoring center, where experts watch over all drilling activity twenty-four-seven. and we're sharing what we've learned, so we can all produce energy more safely. our commitment has never been stronger. they're not usually this thin, this li
30s around santa rosa, napa, concord, san ramon. san francisco, 48 degrees. today, temperatures will be warmer than yesterday. all the sunshine this morning. that's going to push us one to four degrees warmer than yesterday. a lot of mid to upper 60s. accuweather seven-day forecast, about two to seven degrees warmer. and notice high clouds as we transition to cooler weathe when ouwe goword. she said hert (little girl) no! saw her first day of school. (little girl) bye bye! made a best friend forever. the back seat of my subaru is where she grew what? (announcer) the subaru forester. (girl) what? (announcer) motor trend's two thousand fourteen sport utility of the year. love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. ♪ ♪ i'm sorry and i love you >>> a little blues from lady gaga at the youtube music awards last night. they were the first ever. and it was kind of a ground-breaking performance last night. a lot of craziness going on. millions of people voted. the entire show streaming online. we'll bring you all of the memorable moments in just a little bit. that was one of them righ
. >> reporter: classmates and friends of 13-year-old andy lopez carried his casket into the santa rosa church for his funeral. his drought parents seen entering the service which was filled to capacity. classmates remember lopez fondly. >> andy was a nice person. he would always make you smile and laugh anytime you were sad. he was loved. >> reporter: but with the grief he was outraged. >> what do we want? >> justice. >> reporter: hundreds of protesters took to the streets tuesday, many of them teenagers skipping school. demanding justice for lopez, gun down by a sheriff's deputy last week who parentally thought the teenager posed a deadly threat holing what turned out to be a gun, an ak-47 replica. some think the deputy and his partner showed poor judgment or worse, deliberately targeted a hispanic youth. >> we're here to say a badge is not a license to kill. we demand that the cops be jailed. we have no confidence in the police or politicians. >> reporter: investigators from another police department are still reviewing the case. but thus far, seem to be defending the deputy. a 24-year vete
-defense law. >>> protesters marched through the streets of santa rosa, california, on the same day a 13-year-old fatally shot by a sheriffs deputy was laid to rest. andy lopez killed by an officer who mistook his pellet gun for an assault weapon. >>> and the wine shortage is going to get worse. consumption has been rising almost without interruption since the late '90s. but production has been on a downward spiral since the early 2000s. those are some of our top stories on this wednesday, october 30th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now" with john muller and diana perez. >> all right. happy wednesday, everybody. ready to do a little halloween action? >> perfect day. it is hump day. right in the middle of the week. why not do some candy? >> we have favorite candies from way back. we have candies from the '60s, '70s -- i think we missed the '80s somehow. prepackaged candies. stuff that will blow your mind. >> from what i understand, there are overlap in the boxes. some of the things from the '70s, early '90s will be probably in the '80s. >> i looked at the 1960s and to me tha
rosa. the thing we're going to be watching today will be showers in the north bay, sonoma county. this front will bring in cooler, d drier air. mid 50s in san francisco and tonight wind advisory up for bay area hilltops with gusts near 45 miles per hour. we could have issues with tree branches and the like. sunday cooler to start the week and maybe by thursday and friday, a real chance of rain. stay tuned. >> thank you, rob. it is finally over and the votes have been counted. bart workers approved the temporary contract which ended last month's strike. union leaders announced the ratification with the union approving the contract at 88%. go 2,300 employees were eligible to cast ballots. the workers ratified the deal and now the board of directors for bart has to give final approval. what the riders get, the riding public, is three years of no strike threat. the contract has a no-strike clause. >> terminal three at l.a.x. remains closed after mabb carrying a high powered rifle stormed the airport in a deadly rampage. the shooter is paul ciancia. a tsa agent was killed and at least
rosa. the strongest winds expected at the coast and through the higher elevations. highs look comfortable, upper 70s expected in fairfield with mid-70s, most of the inland cities and warmer weather into the week. let's check your drive. >> our camera in emeryville getting sun in the camera toward the direction, that's what's going on with these folks as well. approaching the berkeley curve. jammed up. folks having to slow down. the rest of the bay a different flow of traffic, the south bay, northbound routes kicking in early. speeds below 20 miles per hour. southbound 880 a crash at fremont boulevard has cleared. hayward, early congestion there toward the san mateo bridge. >> thank you. we'll have another update in a ;sráy >>> it is 7:30 on a pretty morning, the 4th of november, take a look at a beautiful sunrise. we want to see your beautiful sunrise. use the #todaysunrise and we may be able to show them on the air. i'm savannah guthrie along side matt lauer, al roker and natalie morales. ins news this morning, investigators are waiting to talk to the alleged gunman wgun ope
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